Meghan may stay at $20k-a night-hotel during New York trip

Meghan Markle will be honoured with an award for “empowering women” at an event in New York Tomorrow. 

The Duchess of Sussex is being celebrated with a Women of Vision award, which she will be awarded by famous feminist Gloria Steinem in New York on Tuesday.

Meghan will receive the award for “her global advocacy to empower and advocate on behalf of women and girls”.

This means the Duchess will be travelling from her home to in Montecito, California to New York for the event.

It seems likely the former actress might stay in a hotel the Markle-Mountbatten family likes so much Harry stayed there while promoting his memoir, Spare.

The royal apparently spent $20,000 a night at New York City’s most exclusive new hotel, the Aman New York.

The hotel counts Kim Kardashian among its famous fans and it’s renowned for its hi-tech gym facilities.

A source told The US Sun: “The hotel boasts discreet luxury for only the wealthiest.

“The only celebrity I’ve heard who has stayed at the newest New York City location is Kim Kardashian.”

ON 730 5th Ave, New York, the hotel’s signature suites, the Aman Suite, are 2,000-2,770 square feet.

“Designed to reflect the elegant minimalism of Japan, the suites are reminiscent of a contemporary New York apartment paired with the service promised by Aman,” the hotel says.

But this hotel isn’t the only one Harry and Meghan are known to like in the city.

In fact, Meghan has previously written about two other hotels she likes to stay in on her now-defunct blog The Tig.

Meghan told fans she likes to stay at The Ludlow, where she praised “the perfectly styled rooms, the welcoming lounge, and breathtaking rooftop.”

She also praised New York staple The Bowery Hotel, where she mentioned “the countless celebs you end up clinking glasses with” and enjoyed the “star power”.

Meghan will receive her award in New York alongside Black Voters Matter co-founder LaTosha Brown, Wanda Irving, co-founder of Dr Shalon’s Maternal Action Project, and Kimberly Inez McGuire, executive director of URGE.

Abortion rights activist Olivia Julianna and LGBTQ+ advocate Rebekah Bruesehoff will also be honoured.

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